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Performance of stained, rough-sawn southern pine siding

Charles W. McMillin

Performance of stained, rough-sawn southern pine siding

a 10 year evaluation

by Charles W. McMillin

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Published by Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Forest Experiment Station in [New Orleans, La.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Longleaf pine.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementCharles W. McMillin.
    SeriesUSDA Forest Service research paper SO ; 130, Forest Service research paper SO -- 130.
    ContributionsUnited States. Forest Service., Southern Forest Experiment Station (New Orleans, La.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination6 p. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15219391M

      To stain pine wood, you’ll need to seal it before brushing on the stain to prevent the wood from soaking up more pigment in some areas than others. In order to prep your wood, sand it with a low-grit sandpaper to remove any inconsistencies. Next, use a higher grit sandpaper to smooth the surface, then scrub the wood with a soft sponge to Views: 87K. Roller application is acceptable for rough sawn services and T siding, for best results, use a ¾” knit polyester/wool blend roller. Apply one even coat, following the wood grain pattern of WeatherSeal, avoiding heavy application. Any excess stain should be brushed smooth to avoid uneven application. Let surface dry completely.

    Montana Ghost Wood® products are renowned for their ability to provide customers with the distinct look and feel of reclaimed wood but with the performance of new wood. With years of development behind each product, Ghost Wood has been manufactured to change color based on . Northeast Lumber Sales, Inc. has built its business on catering to the unique needs of each customer, no matter how big or small. Since , Northeast Lumber Sales, Inc. has proven itself to be one of the finest lumber and building material wholesalers in the Northeast. Our reputation was built with a solid foundation of Customer Service.

    A rough-sawn wood surface will hold paint and stain much longer than a smooth, planed surface, which is why many contractors prefer to install siding rough side out. Also most lumber and siding today is flat-grained, which holds paint less well than vertical (or edge) grained. Performance of stained, rough-sawn southern pine siding: a 10 year evaluation / Charles W. McMillin.


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Performance of stained, rough-sawn southern pine siding by Charles W. McMillin Download PDF EPUB FB2

We used rough cut hemlock for siding on our home. We found that using a semi transparent stain worked well. We stained the boards prior to installation on both sides (that keeps the boards from cupping).

We installed the boards like clapboard siding. We also put stain on the cuts that were made to seal the ends of the boards. That was 25 years ago. Get this from a library. Performance of stained, rough-sawn southern pine siding: a 10 year evaluation. [Charles W McMillin; Southern Forest Experiment Station (New.

Antique pine often has a dark, mellow color. Unfortunately, when woodworkers try to duplicate that color on new pine by using stain, the results are usually disappointing. It’s easy to end up with megablotches and it’s hard to avoid “grain reversal,” a peculiar effect that makes stained pine Author: American Woodworker Editors.

Spruce and pine are typically considered structural lumber. Domestically, they are grouped together with about 25 other structural species, because they share similar properties. Subtle differences do exist between spruce and pine and breaking them down based on durability and aesthetics can be informative.

SIDING Three classifications of Southern Pine siding are widely available: Drop Siding, Bevel Siding,and Log Cabin Siding. Drop Sidingis machined in a variety of numbered patterns such as #, #, and # Bevel sidingis one of the more popular types of siding chosen for residential applications.

It is manufactured by resaw. I am from vermont, and we often use rough cut pine average 5/8 thick for siding. It has the rustic look. Which is the theme of the family run business. It is also all around us. When we are clearing a wooded area with a lot of pine, it useually gets sawn into building material because it isn't the best for the stove.

The official name in the Southern Pine Pattern book is pattern # For decades it was the most common siding found on houses in the US. This product is a nearly clear grade southern pine pressure treated with MCA Above Ground treatment, then kiln dried after treatment (KDAT), then run to pattern making it ready to paint immediately.

Pine wood is often a good choice for the posts, and cedar is a good option for the fencing, this is the optimal mix in post and rail fencing. Regardless of the popularity, pine wood has many negatives as well as positives: Pros of Pine Wood Fencing.

The pros of pressure treated pine wood fencing include. EASTERN WHITE PINE PRODUCT BOOK WORLD-CLASS EASTERN WHITE PINE FROM MAINE R E D B A G S O L U T I O N E V E R Y B Clean Band Sawn S1S2E Rough Sawn TEXTURE OPTIONS.

23 EWP GRADES: SELECTS Selects: sooner from date of purchase with a high quality latex or oil base topcoat for maximum performance. The best stains should last three to five years on a deck, and even longer if applied to siding or fences, which don't get as much abuse.

"The sun and water beat down on a. Use lighter stains for deck boards; heavier pigmented types show wear faster and are more difficult to renew.

You’ll have to strip the deck paints and renew the stain every two to four years. Clear exterior finishes, intended to preserve the natural color of the wood, will last only a year or two before they peel and the wood begins to turn gray.

11/32 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft. Rough Sawn Plain Face Fir Siding - Made from eco-friendly, solid Douglas fir. Groove pattern. Paintable. Douglas fir veneer face. - THD SKU# /5(1). Picking a stain color for some types of wood can be challenging. Yellow pine has a strong yellow undertone, which turns some stains much more orange and yellow.

In addition, yellow pine has characteristics which make it difficult to achieve gray undertone stains. Hardwood lumberyards sell rough-sawn lumber in various thicknesses.

Most yards label thicknesses in 1/4-in. fractions: 4/4 = 1 in., 5/4 = /4 in., 6/4 = /2 in., etc. Buy boards at least 1/4 in. thicker than your final dimension in order to account for the.

Lumber cut exclusively from today’s longleaf timber is also referred to as “new heart pine.” “Antique heart pine” or “reclaimed heart pine” refers to lumber from old growth Southern Pine, regardless of species, salvaged as timbers from old factories, mills or barns, or.

I have about board feet (BF) of rough-sawn ponderosa pine timbers that are going to be used for an outdoor pergola.

They were cut by a log home supplier, and I'm not sure what percent moisture they have, but they are not very dry. They are mainly 6 x 6 x 16 feet, 3 x 8 x 12 feet, and 3 x 12 x 12 feet. Southern Yellow Pine. Uses: Competitively priced because of abundant timber supply, manufacturing expertise, and established market preference, the various species of Southern Yellow Pine appeal to architects because of its natural beauty.

Appearance: Yellow Pine offers a distinct grain pattern and an appealing golden color. Strength: The strength of the southern yellow pine varies according. Stains. Yellow pine accepts stain well; however, it is known for developing a blotchy, uneven look and getting an even stain can be a challenge.

To prevent this, sand the pine before adding any stain. And on the Outside - HEWN Pine Log Siding. In the end they bought an entire home package of SQFT 1x6" Blue Stain Pine Wood Paneling with our "Peace of Mind" Clear UV Finish as well as SQFT 2x8" HEWN log siding with matching 8" Dove Tail hewn log corners plus SQFT of 1x6" Southern Yellow Pine Tongue & Groove Flooring.

Mason’s Mill & Lumber Co., Inc. stocks Houston’s largest and most diverse hardwood inventory. We stock over 1, BF of domestic and imported hardwoods and softwoods, in. Penetrating stains or preservative treatments are preferred for rough sawn lumber.

These treatments often accentuate the natural or rustic look of rough sawn lumber and allow the wood grain and surface texture to show through the finish. Plywood. Exterior plywood with a rough sawn surface is commonly used for siding.Lumber Services. Audit Services; Visually Graded Lumber; Grademarks; Mechanically Graded Lumber; Glued Lumber; Heat Treated; Export-KD Certificates; Lumber Grading Rules.But that’s only the beginning of the story.

The textured face offers up a beautiful rustic look of genuine Southern Yellow Pine that is at home on exterior walls in new home construction and utility buildings, as well as other creative uses such as planters and dog houses. It’s wood-grain character and seamless joints will make you a believer.